Last week we took part in our first full hands-on community engagement experience (although VentusAR has previously been used in many events by our clients themselves). We were commissioned by Hoolan Energy to provide visualisations for pre planning consultations on two Wind Farms on the Orkney Islands – Costa Head and Hesta Head. The first event
We are delighted to announce that this morning we released the latest version of VentusAR v4.5. The release includes the ability to assess and visualise Building projects, drawing conductors between towers and wood poles in grid projects and transparency controls for the models and wirelines. Buildings We are particularly excited about being able to visualise buildings
In the news yesterday, Murray Estates have been granted planning permission to build 6000 houses and leisure facilities on greenbelt land just outside Edinburgh. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-36436284 The image below represents an overview of the area the development is planned for.
As well as the usual renewables models we can help visualise – wind, solar etc., we have started looking at other types and shapes of models – including Anaerobic Digestion and storage plants. The larger scale on-farm AD plants will of course have a impact on the landscape, and we can help design and visualise
Since 2012, VentusAR has enabled users to conduct onsite visualisations and assessments of onshore wind, solar and grid connections. Our latest buildings feature will provide users with the ability to assess the developments of buildings and houses. We describe this as assessing the impact of rural developments. (We have another product we are building to